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things have ink changed in one decade. do you think it's going to be a hot burner issue? >> i think the majority will support it but there will be a pretty significant slice of the public and especially within the republican party that really thinks that gay marriage is a bad idea and they are not going to be shy about expressing this. and they are going to certainly put forward a candidate, whether santorum or another candidate, who is going to bring up the debates. >> andy palmer and anna, thank you. >>> pope francis holds palm sunday mass. it's a vital date on the roman catholic calendar and a run up to easter weekend. >>> back here in the u.s., if you're not dancing for joy, the powerball in one ticket and planning the rest of your life, then you're not one of the guys from new jersey who is wanting a third of a billion dollars at the drawing last night. someone, or a group, $338 million. the cash option, that's $211 million and some change. the winner's identity is still a mystery. 14 other tickets also winning a million bucks or more. by the way, the odds of winning the grand
as anyone else. eric holder, saying we'll be less safe now. why does the president change his tune a bit yesterday with regards to the economic impact of this? >> i don't -- maybe it was nuanced change. in my book, apocalypse means world ending, and unless there is something contained in the legislation none of us are aware of, the sun will come up in the east. the president spent a lot of time trying to educate the public on what this does mean from military readiness to what it means for air travel in the next several months, as air traffic gets furloughed. not a smooth process to begin with and only going to get worse as we go through these cuts and there is no doubt, there is a macro economic effect that is undeniab undeniable, and our economy will grow less because of these. the recovery less robust because of these and most people agreed several weeks ago this was a bad idea. a dumb idea in order to get our fiscal house in order, something we need to do. but a blunt instrument to do it. >> president obama yesterday, he put the blame squarely on republicans in congress. how long doe
this will foster change? >> it's the only thing that can foster change. i really think that the members need to hear from their constituents that this sequester is just unacceptable. that the sacrificing of 750,000 jobs, which is what is estimated will be lost through the sequester is completely unacceptable. and that the parties need to come to the table. right now only the democrats are sitting at the table. the gop in the house i think decided a month and a half ago they were going to allow the sequester to go into effect, that cuts was their top priority, and that they were okay with the consequences. the speaker pretty much said as much. he was okay with job losses. well, that's not okay. and i think the president is right. it's going to take those republicans hearing from their constituents saying this is not okay. go back to the table. agree to something balanced. and let's get our economy moving again. >> presuming that both parties, everybody, comes back to the table, where does a deal lie? because the only way to do politics, it seems, most of the time is to compromise. so where do
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answers this morning. >>> and soda fizzle. a new report on changing american habits, that's in our three big money headlines for you. hi, everybody, great to have you with me today. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." i'm thomas roberts, alex has a much-deserved day off. here's what's happening for you now. in north korea, just announcing it has entered a quote, state of war, against south korea. meaning it will deal with every issue with the south in a wartime manner. this follows a string of warnings and threats by north korea against south korea and the u.s. for its routine military drills. nbc's ian williams is in south korea with the very latest on this escalating tension. ian, good morning. >> not only did north korea today declare what it calls a state of war, it said it will now deal with south korea according to wartime regulations. now, it's not exactly clear what that means. since this peninsula has been in a technical state of war for 60 years. there never having been a formal peace treaty after the korean war. officials here in seoul dismissed the latest outburst as more o
with conservatives to change the course of the party. so if that's the case, how do you think that's going to be received inside the gop? >> i don't think anyone who is selling the book, and you know, otherwise has not much else to do, would show up at cpac if he isn't thinking about it. so clearly he's relishing the opportunity to share his thoughts. and you know the message he delivered is consistent with what was heard from some other republicans who spoke out this week at the convention, and sort of trying to distance themselves from what mitt romney did during his campaign and also making clear that the party needs to expand. and i think, you know, trying to tell that to one of the most conservative audiences that they face on a regular basis is sort of an attempt to tell the base of the party, look, you know, we can stick to our conservative principles, but we've got to be thinking about ways to attract new people to the party, or bring back people who perhaps have left us in recent years because of the positions we've taken. >> you know, though, it's one thing to say you can't be an
. but it is the first change they've had in 17 years. and don't expect to see it real soon. this was the most interesting part to me. it takes one to two years for them to change all the assembly lines and rotate the old bottles out of the system. amazing. >> huh. kind of wonder if it's worth it. i guess we'll see. thank you so much regina lewis. as always, glad to have you. >> thanks. >> a skyscraper that was faster than the speeding bullet? or a speeding bullet? ahead. a dream. by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. but with kids growing up fast, fighting seven signs of aging gets harder. introducing total effects moisturizer plus serum. for the ninety-two practices, two proms, and one driving test yet to come. she'll need our most concentrated total effects ever. >>> welcome back to "weekends with alex witt." believe it or not, this hour, on this day, in this year, will be remembered throughout history. why? right now, the new pop
to change that opinion. >> let's shift to the other topic that might be easier for bipartisan support and that is immigration reform. david, in one of your articles, it looked like we were stalled out over the last week but yesterday afternoon word had started to surface that lobbyists from business and labor unions were making head way, a deal might be within reach. what changed? >> this is a my indicated issue, about a new guest worker program where a business wants the ability to hire foreign workers in the future for temporary stays to work as low wage workers in as waiters and things like that. they were concerned that could drag down wages for americans. both sides have said in the past they are coming close to a deal and that's blown up over various issues. they returned to the bargaining table again this week and made progress on wages and afl-cio said they went up a bit still issues related to construction workers banned from hiring foreign workers, there's still a few things to be worked out. the senators and the senator staff we talked to yesterday said they expect a deal t
. when you look at all of that put together, how should the high court factor in the changing social landscape in its decision? >> well, you know, i don't believe that the court should rely on public opinion, but certainly i've been trying to point out public opinion has changed and in reality courts do take into account the likelihood of the public being able to accept their decisions. i greatly admire the questioning of justice sotomayer, someone who knows what it means to be vulnerable, both a woman and a latina. she in one minute was able to really clear up the issue of equality. she asked the lawyer of the anti-marriage side, is there any reason outside of this marriage case why lgbt people should be discriminated against? and that lawyer said, no. i saw that as a clear signal that we need to move ahead aggressively in the congress. >> congressman mark takano of california, thank you. >>> the scare at one of the most f famous buildings in the world. dry mouth may start off as an irritant. it'll cause cavities, bad breath. patients will try and deal with it by drinking water. wat
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, the details will leak out. but at this point, there's a lot of goodwill, which is a change in tone. but we don't really know the details. >> at least we can say this much, it doesn't appear the sequester is going to end any time soon, right? >> no. and these senators and the president can get together and have coffee and have dinner and, you know, say nice things about each other. but the fact is that we're still in a very partisan environment right now. and these republican senators still have to worry about their, you know, conservative electorates, their primaries. so, they're not going to sign onto anything that includes tax increases, unless we really see the sequester impact start to take a turn for the worse. unless the white house's predictions turn out to be true. you know, i think we're still a very long way away from actually having any kind of an agreement on this. >> well, here's a practical application of the sequester, aaron, and your colleague david has a front-page story on the white house stopping tours beginning told. i mean, is that really a victim of the sequester cuts or
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